selective coloring 1st try

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  1. HASHASHIN

    HASHASHIN TPF Noob!

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    i just got engaged not to long ago by the way....:)
    what do you guys think?
     
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    Congrats on the engagement! :D
     
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    nice job... I'd like to see the jewelery in color too maybe... or maybe the red a little softer? It's just a little too sharp for me.
     
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    Oh, that's neat. I love selective coloring though, that's just me. I guess it's not that popular. But I wouldnt have thought to do it like that... cool!
     
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    thanks for the advice dewey...i too thought the nails might be too sharp and bright...

    and thanks everyone for the kind words
     
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    I think that with selective colouring most people concentrate on the colour bits and don't mind so much about the B&W part of the picture. I think that's the case here: to me the picture lacks contrast, it looks too gray. Maybe that's just personal taste but I think the picture would be better with more contrast.
     
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    First of all I am happy to SEE YOU! :D
    Nice to "meet you" in this manner.
    Good job about the sel-col, though yes, the colour is a bit too strong here as opposed to the rest of the pic, and it would have been nice to also see that engagement ring in colour.
    Congratulations, by the way! :hugs:
     
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    For me the position of your head was most notable...it almost looks seperate from the body.. congrats on the engagement.
     
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    Congrats! I agree with the bright red. I think I am one of the few who likes selective coloring. Adds a little personal artistic value.
     

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